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My Firearms Training – Annual Report for 2015

I train. A lot. I also keep detailed records of my training and gun-specific data.

In 2015 I trained on 221 of the 365 days of the year. I shot an average of 203 rounds per training session. That amounts to 47,480 rounds fired in 2015 (not counting simunition or dry-fire training).

As I did last year, I put these stats—and several others—into an infographic annual report. Here goes…


Andy Rutledge firearms training annual report

Comments ( 3 )

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    […] which firearm, what sort of drills I work, what training I receive, etc. and I typically publish an annual report after the first of the year. But I’ve decided to turn my one-off, graphic report into an […]
  2. ReplyToby
    That's awesome! I wish I could afford to shoot so much. My EDC is a Shield 9®, and while I love that gun and honor the responsibility to train with it, I only get to EagleGunRange about once a week, due to both time and money.
    • Andy Rutledge
      Thanks Toby. Getting to train with your EDC gun once a week is excellent and far more than 99% of carriers do. Good on ya. Also, if you can get to Eagle Gun Range, you can get to Proactive Defense, where you can train in the practical application of defending from concealment as well as running skill-building drills. Give that a try. If you'd like to try it at 8am some Saturday morning, let me know and I'll be happy to have you as my guest there.

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